seddornesmo:

Star Wars Cake
cootestutho:

Nobody likes Aquaman…Lol Batman’s the best

protowilson:

sexanddatensincity:

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sizvideos:

Human Transformer - Video

SHUT UP

In all honesty, even I would act like a child.

OK that’s legit incredible.

(via 4gottendaughter)

Presenting “PORCASSO”!! This little piggy is what’s new & exclusive atHouse Of HaHa!

However true it is that the candy of meats does come from this wonderful critter… It’s not just about the BACON! Just about every part of the Pig fromthe tail to the oink can be made in to some of the most mouth watering dishes that can all be found from a single animal. Pork, like Voltron, is greater then the sum of it’s parts  

Available in Mens, Womens & Kids tees, Mug and Canvas Tote bags. Plus in our full line of Embroidered Polos, Hats & Hoodies!
http://www.shop.houseofhaha.com/searchquick-submit.sc?keywords=PORCASSO

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Crackin’ #spidey #Spiderman #spiderman #marvel #assgrab #sassy #pinch by molsabitstrange http://ift.tt/1lGZYV3

longlivespidey:

Crackin’ #spidey #Spiderman #spiderman #marvel #assgrab #sassy #pinch by molsabitstrange http://ift.tt/1lGZYV3

Got 99 GEEKS and…and… well yeah, that’s really not a problem at all ;)

99 GEEKS t-shirt exclusively from the minds of House Of HaHa!

This design says it all in the name being made up of the word GEEK in 99 different fonts in Blues & Reds. And if that wasn’t enough, in true Super Hero fashion, all coming together to unite into one GIANT “G”! 

This design was inspired by our excitement for how far our beloved Geek culture has grown. And no matter what it is you GEEK over, whether it’s Sports, Star Wars, Comic Books, Beer. or Ponies. What’s important and we can all relate to is sharing passions that we’re not shy, embarrassed, apologetic having those passions. It’s good to be a GEEK… not matter what it is you GEEK about ;) 

Get yours now & literally let your GEEK FLAG FLY! http://www.shop.houseofhaha.com/99-Geeks-99-GEEKS-Tee.htm

Plus see the over 100 other of the inside jokes that you wear on the outside only at www.HouseOfHaHa.com 

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House Of HaHa - The Road So Far & A BIG Announcement

House Of HaHa’s first video that explores The-Road-So-Far, plus makes a BIG announcement!

So whether you’re a long time House Of HaHa follower or this is your first time hearing about us, this is an absolute MUST SEE video.           
Find all our T-shirts, designs, blogs & original humor under one roof at www.HouseOfHaHa.com
About Us: 
House Of HaHa was created by Aaron and Melody Gardy in October of 2010. Our Mission: To make sure no man, woman or child goes without a funny shirt. However, at House Of HaHa, we believe in being more than just another funny shirt company. We want to create a sense of community, fun and geek pride. We believe the best wey to help yourself is to help others, and that’s what we try to do everyday with a variety of charitable and fundraising projects designed to help support the people who work to make the world a better place.
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Whether you’re just NUMB to fashion or find being NUMB fashionable,House Of HaHa newest weekly edition to the line has got you covered! 

See them all here http://www.shop.houseofhaha.com/Fashionably-Numb-Fashionably-Numb-Tee.htm

Have A Reasonable Day (:|)

The hours between 12am and 6am
have a funny habit of making you feel
like you’re either on top of the world,
or under it.

Beau Taplin || the hours between.   (via exoticwild)

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Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in wishing a Happy 44th Birthday to actor Chris O’Donnell! Known for many roles including G. Callen in NCIS LA, and Robin in two of the Batman films (two horrible Batman films but they happened as a part of our geek history none the less my friends) Born June 26th 1970 in Winnetka, IL. 

Here are other events from this day in Geek History brought to you by House Of HaHa!

6/26/1909: Tiny Brauer is born A long-time heavy for the 3 Stooges, he became one of only 2 actors to work with all 6 stooges. 

6/26/1909: Wolfgang Reitherman, animator and one of Disney’s Nine Old Men is born in Munich, Germany 

6/26/1959: Mark McKinney, best known for his work in The Kids in the Hall and master head crusher is born in Ontario, Canada

6/26/1974: The first UPC (Universal Product Code) is scanned to sell a pack of Wrigley’s chewing gum at Marsh Supermarket in Troy, OH 

6/26/2001: Soccer, best known as the Jack Russell terrier dog ‘Wishbone’ in the popular PBS series dies 

6/26/2011: Robert Morris, a cryptographer who helped develop the Unix operating system passes away

Go to http://www.geekweekinhistory.com/ for more of the 50+ weeks worth of geek history events & facts that House Of HaHa blogs up for you EVERY Monday morning! 

Or if you’re looking for one stop shopping then visit us to see all our blogs, videos, humor, art work, clothing & geek goodies that ONLY we’ve got for you at www.HouseOfHaHa.com!

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Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in wishing a Happy 40th Birthday to actor Jeff Cohen!! Best known as Chunk from The Goonies. Born June 25th 1974 in Los Angles, California. 

Here are other events from this day in Geek History brought to you by House Of HaHa!

6/25/1903: Eric Arthur Blaire, better known as George Orwell, is born in British India. 

6/25/1928: Peyo, a Belgian illustrator and creator of The Smurfs is born in Brussels, Belgium as Pierre Culliford 

6/25/1930: George Murdock, known for his roles in Battlestar Galactica and Star Trek V: The Final Frontier is born in Salina, KS 

6/25/1959: Paris Themmen, who played Mike teevee in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) is born in Boston, MA 

6/25/1974: Soviet Salyut 3, their first military space station, is launched. It remains in orbit until January 24, 1975 

6/25/1975: Linda Cardellini, Velma in the Scooby-Doo movies and Lindsay Weir on Freaks and Geeks is born in Redwood City, CA 

6/25/1982: Ridley Scott’s adaptation of Phillip K Dick’s Novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? - Blade Runner is released 

6/25/1982: Director John Carpenter’s The Thing starring Kurt Russell, Wilford Brimley, Keith David and Richard Dysart is released

6/25/1982: Monty Python releases Live at the Hollywood Bowl, featuring live versions of their best skits.

6/25/2005: John Fiedler, best known as the voice of Piglet in Disney’s Winnie the Pooh dies in Englewood, NJ at age 80 

Go to http://www.geekweekinhistory.com/ for more of the 50+ weeks worth of geek history events & facts that House Of HaHa blogs up for you EVERY Monday morning! 

Or if you’re looking for one stop shopping then visit us to see all our blogs, videos, humor, art work, clothing & geek goodies that ONLY we’ve got for you at www.HouseOfHaHa.com!

Thanks & Have A Reasonable Day (:|)

Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering actor Michael Sheard. Best geek known for his role as Admiral Ozzel in The Empire Strikes Back. And as one of the lucky few folks to get Force choked by Vader. Born June 18, 1938 in Aberdeen, Scotland. 

Other Events from this day in Geek History:

6/18/1858: Charles Darwin receives a paper from Alfred Russel Wallace regarding evolution, prompting Darwin to publish his theory 

6/18/1942: Nick Tate, known for playing Alan Carter in Space: 1999 is born in Sydney, Australia 

6/18/1952: Isabella Rossellini, who played High Priestess Thar in the Sci Fi Channel miniseries Legend of Earthsea is born in Rome, Italy 

6/18/1983: Sally Ride is the first U.S. woman to travel in space, on Challenger mission STS-7. 

6/18/1997: Max Records, most notable for the role of Max in Where the Wild Things Are (2009 movie) is born 

6/18/2009: The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), a NASA robotic spacecraft is launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida 

6/18/2010: Toy Story 3 (directed by Lee Unkrich) is released in the USA.

Go to http://www.geekweekinhistory.com/ for the rest of the 50+ geek history events & facts for this week that House Of HaHa has blogged up for you! 

Thanks for stopping by & don’t forget to visit us and see all our blogs, videos, clothing & geek goodies we’ve got for you in the big out www.houseofhaha.com

 
  Have A Reasonable Day (:|)

Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering actor Michael Sheard. Best geek known for his role as Admiral Ozzel in The Empire Strikes Back. And as one of the lucky few folks to get Force choked by Vader. Born June 18, 1938 in Aberdeen, Scotland. 

Other Events from this day in Geek History:

6/18/1858: Charles Darwin receives a paper from Alfred Russel Wallace regarding evolution, prompting Darwin to publish his theory 

6/18/1942: Nick Tate, known for playing Alan Carter in Space: 1999 is born in Sydney, Australia 

6/18/1952: Isabella Rossellini, who played High Priestess Thar in the Sci Fi Channel miniseries Legend of Earthsea is born in Rome, Italy 

6/18/1983: Sally Ride is the first U.S. woman to travel in space, on Challenger mission STS-7. 

6/18/1997: Max Records, most notable for the role of Max in Where the Wild Things Are (2009 movie) is born 

6/18/2009: The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), a NASA robotic spacecraft is launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida 

6/18/2010: Toy Story 3 (directed by Lee Unkrich) is released in the USA.

Go to http://www.geekweekinhistory.com/ for the rest of the 50+ geek history events & facts for this week that House Of HaHa has blogged up for you! 

Thanks for stopping by & don’t forget to visit us and see all our blogs, videos, clothing & geek goodies we’ve got for you in the big out www.houseofhaha.com

 

  Have A Reasonable Day (:|)

This June 16th -22nd addition of House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History is brought to you by the House Of HaHa t-shirt “Death Of The Party” Use Gift Code “HAHAHOOKUP” to buy any 3 tee shirts or polo’s & get a 4th for FREE!!See the full line & get yours right here athttp://www.shop.houseofhaha.com/Death-of-the-Party-Death-Of-The-Party.htm

This June 16th -22nd addition of House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History is brought to you by the House Of HaHa t-shirt “Death Of The Party” 

Use Gift Code “HAHAHOOKUP” to buy any 3 tee shirts or polo’s & get a 4th for FREE!!

See the full line & get yours right here athttp://www.shop.houseofhaha.com/Death-of-the-Party-Death-Of-The-Party.htm

Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering that is was 31 years ago today on June 17th 1983 that Superman III was released in the US. Introducing Richard Pryor as a computer hacker bad guy and getting a peek at the Man of Steel’s dark side. 

Flicking peanuts to break bottles and melting the back bar mirror with your heat vision… Go home Superman, you’re drunk! ;)   

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6/17/1932: Peter Lupus from Mission: Impossible, Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon & Police Squad! is born in Indianapolis, IN 

6/17/1966: Jason Patric, older brother Michael in The Lost Boys, is born in Queens, NY 

6/17/1998: Jadzia Dax is killed in the Star Trek: DS9 episode ‘Tears of the Prophets’ 

6/17/2005: Comic writer Sam Loeb (Tales of the Vampires: Some Like it Hot & co-writer of Superman/Batman #26) dies at age 17 from cancer 

6/17/2009: Atari releases Ghostbusters for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 & Nintendo Wii in the U.S. 

Thanks for stopping by & don’t forget to visit our shop for more from today the full weeks worth of Geek History. Updated every Monday from House Of HaHa! at www.HouseOfHaHa.com & www.GeekWeekInHistory.com

Use Gift Code “HAHAHOOKUP” to buy any 3 tee shirts or polo’s & get a 4th for FREE at our shop at www.HouseOfHaHa.com

Have A Reasonable Day (:|)

Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering that is was 31 years ago today on June 17th 1983 that Superman III was released in the US. Introducing Richard Pryor as a computer hacker bad guy and getting a peek at the Man of Steel’s dark side. 

Flicking peanuts to break bottles and melting the back bar mirror with your heat vision… Go home Superman, you’re drunk! ;)   

Want some more? 

6/17/1932: Peter Lupus from Mission: Impossible, Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon & Police Squad! is born in Indianapolis, IN 

6/17/1966: Jason Patric, older brother Michael in The Lost Boys, is born in Queens, NY 

6/17/1998: Jadzia Dax is killed in the Star Trek: DS9 episode ‘Tears of the Prophets’ 

6/17/2005: Comic writer Sam Loeb (Tales of the Vampires: Some Like it Hot & co-writer of Superman/Batman #26) dies at age 17 from cancer 

6/17/2009: Atari releases Ghostbusters for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 & Nintendo Wii in the U.S. 

Thanks for stopping by & don’t forget to visit our shop for more from today the full weeks worth of Geek History. Updated every Monday from House Of HaHa! at www.HouseOfHaHa.com & www.GeekWeekInHistory.com

Use Gift Code “HAHAHOOKUP” to buy any 3 tee shirts or polo’s & get a 4th for FREE at our shop at www.HouseOfHaHa.com

Have A Reasonable Day (:|)